Preview: EUTCO’s Animal Farm

EUTCO offered Razz the chance to catch their latest production before it runs next week at Northcott Theatre. A link to buy tickets is at the bottom of the page.

Pantone’s Colour of 2017 in your Wardrobe

Pantone’s colour of 2017 is Greenery, a colour that provides reassurance and hope after a tumultuous year. Harriet Cotmore delves into how Greenery has been styled on catwalks and considers what high street retailers might have in store for their S/S17 collections.

Sleigh, Girl: Festive Make up Inspiration

Several festive inspired make up ideas to get you through the holidays. Try the smokey eye look for New Year’s Eve and keep the fresh faced, make up look for the next day when you’re not quite feeling the party spirit for a while!

Theatre with Teeth: Love Among the Penguins review

Leigh Spence reviews ‘Love Among Penguins’, a farcical comedy set in Anartica written by Alex Thomas. The idea came to him in a dream, and since then has evolved to become a tale about misunderstanding and love.

The Last-Minute Christmas Gift Guide

Imogen Howorth guides Razz readers through some last minute gift ideas, for those who love baking, the party animals out there, the fashion fiend and that artsy friend who is impossible to buy for. We’ve got you covered no matter what!

St Ives Escape: Cohort Hostel + St Ives Surf School

As we approach the depths of winter, is there any better time to start thinking about summer escapes? As the nights draw in, the thoughts of wide sandy beaches, amazing food and late-night drinks seem all the more appealing, however all this can sound nothing short of impossible on a student budget. Luckily for us…

Winter Poetry Collection

Here is a collection of poetry written by students at the University of Exeter, all inspired by the theme of ‘winter’. Thank you to the Dead Poet’s Society for a lot of these contributions. This is in addition to the two poems selected in our print magazine which were Bebe Ashley’s “the water will take…

Bake Box: Skillet Cookies, Recipe and Review

In case you didn’t already know, December 4th is National Cookie Day. What better day to launch a new series of blog posts about baking, than today? It all started when my housemates bought me a subscription to the Home Bake Box for my 21st birthday a few weeks ago. I thought it would be…

Review: Godspell – 4.5/5 stars

I challenge you to find a greater irony than that of watching a biblical show, telling tales of love and repentance, inside of The Lemmy. I must admit straight off that I had my reservations about this musical. I questioned the extent to which I could be immersed into a story that was a) performed…

Sealed – Theatre with Teeth Review

Theatre with Teeth’s latest production Sealed is a tale with all the intrigue of a classic whodunit and all the laughs of a decent pre-drinks…albeit a pre’s with seven strangers and a rather impressive age range. The seven receive letters summoning them to a certain place at a certain time. Upon arrival they’re left to…

Palace at Exchange Bristol, 22/11/2016

From almost the first note Palace bring a sense of vitality to the Exchange; every note full and clear as it rings out into the enthusiastic audience. Fresh from the November release of their debut album, So Long Forever, Palace are much of the way through their European and UK tour dates and show no…

Feature- Have Yourself a Merry, Lush Christmas: Event and Product Review

This November, we felt extremely lucky to be invited to a Lush press event, which showcased their Winter collection. Lush Exeter assistants: Elsa, Lucy, and Adam were fantastic hosts, and had a true zeal for the products and informed knowledge on Lush’s ethical sourcing which, for us, really gave the kaleidoscope of gorgeous bath bombs,…

Four Films to Watch Before the End of Term

Nothing beats a night in and a good movie. You know those evenings: no reading due the next day and no plans to go out. Just you and your friends (or maybe just you) piled on pillows, junk food snacks, and a movie that sucks you into its world for a couple hours. But then…

How I Celebrate Christmas: Joanna Williams

In this feature, we ask different people how they celebrate their Christmas. Joanna Williams tells us about her traditional Christian Christmas spent with family. For her, Christmas is all about remembering universal values such as love, joy and peace.